EUDAT will be presenting at the EOSC Symposium 2021 on 15-18 June 2021 which will be an inclusive platform for all stakeholders to share objectives, visions, activities and results in order to shape the future of the EOSC.
Thursday 17 June
11:15 - 13:00: Sustaining EOSC
Description: Sustaining EOSC by developing appropriate funding models and promoting long-term preservation so data and services remain available is the key theme for the Sustainability AG and its TFs. This session will focus on these areas with contributions from the community through the open call for contributions.
EUDAT speaker - 11:35 - 11:45: Peter Doorn, DANS & DICE - Long-term data preservation for the EOSC: archiving policies for EUDAT data services in the DICE project
14:00 - 16:00 : Technical challenges on EOSC
Description: EOSC Association Implementing the technical architecture and interoperability in EOSC is a key challenge and topic for the Technical challenges AG and TFs. With contributions from the community through the open call for contributions, this session will focus on current activities and areas of future work, such as infrastructure for sharing research software.
EUDAT speaker (Breakout 5) - 14:25 – 15:30: Nadia Tonello - DICE project use cases: integration of interoperable data and services with communities platforms
Friday 18 June
9:00 - 10:45: Implementation of EOSC
Description: The AG and TFs on the implementation of EOSC will focus on how to roll out EOSC recommendations and test their applicability with research communities and service providers. They also seek to promote broader adoption of EOSC, specifically amongst the research community. This session will focus on current activities in these areas with contributions from the community through the open call for contributions.
EUDAT speaker (Breakout 1) - 9:25 – 10:30: Mark van der Sanden - PID policy and implementation
The European Open Science Cloud has finally entered its highly-anticipated implementation phase. The EOSC Symposium will provide a key engagement opportunity for the EOSC community.
The foundation of the EOSC Association in 2020 is a key element of the implementation phase (2021-2027). Building on the EOSC SRIA, the Association will establish a number of Advisory Groups and Task Forces by June. These will focus on priority areas as we enter into the implementation phase.
At the same time, a plethora of EU, regionally and nationally funded research projects are carrying out activities, and actually producing key exploitable results which can contribute to this new phase.
The Symposium also offers an inclusive platform for all stakeholders to share objectives, visions, activities and results in order to shape the future of the EOSC. The Symposium is organised by the EOSCsecretariat.eu project as part of its support to the EOSC Governance.